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CVS Manager Accused in Shooting

A well-liked woman who has worked at the CVS pharmacy in East Hampton Village for 15 years was arrested last week after she shot her boyfriend in their Flanders home and then fled, leading to a statewide Amber Alert for their 3-year-old daughter.

Sep 12, 2019

To mark this year’s 100th anniversary of the American Legion, members of Sag Harbor’s Chelberg and Battle Post 388 have created a remembrance journal to honor the service of village veterans. The book will be presented to members at a dinner celebrating the centennial on Tuesday, and then made available to the public.

Sep 12, 2019

With the start of the school year comes the start of a new session for Southampton Town’s Youth Court.

Sep 12, 2019

New Allies Push Wainscott Wind Cable Landing

Win With Wind, a group that formed in the spring to advocate for the proposed South Fork Wind Farm, and Montauk United, a group advocating for quality-of-life issues in that hamlet, have joined forces to support a Wainscott landing for the proposed South Fork Wind Farm’s export cable.

Sep 12, 2019

Sand Mine ‘Concerns Too Numerous to Ignore’

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has decided a proposal by an East Hampton mining company to expand a pit on Middle Highway will not have a significant negative impact on its surroundings, but the D.E.C. is still accepting public comments on the matter, through Sept. 27, before it formally decides on issuing a permit.

Sep 12, 2019

One ‘Giant Step’ for Renewable Energy

The first of two forums on community choice aggregation, a model that replaces the utility as the default supplier of electricity or natural gas and gives municipalities the opportunity to seek lower prices from alternative suppliers, was held on Tuesday evening at East Hampton Town Hall.

Sep 12, 2019

Arts

Sagaponack’s Consummate Realist

Terry Elkins’s road to the potato barn in Sagaponack where he lives and works has taken many turns. Like the artists John Alexander and Dan Rizzie, Mr. Elkins moved north from Texas. One of the incentives for that move was a chance meeting with Willem de Kooning.

Sep 11, 2019

What can we learn from the third iteration of Eric Firestone Gallery’s copious exhibition “Montauk Highway,” now on view in East Hampton? Quite a lot, it turns out.

Sep 12, 2019

The Hamptons International Film Festival will screen Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” as its Friday Centerpiece film on Oct. 11, and the festival has announced several other titles that will be featured during its main event over Columbus Day weekend.

Sep 12, 2019

On Saturday, the Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs will open “Slack Tide,” a group exhibition featuring seven artists who work in a variety of mediums. The term “slack tide” describes a state when little to no tidal movement is detectable.

Sep 12, 2019

Alec Baldwin to Be Roasted

The actor, philanthropist, podcaster, game show host, and all-round South Fork gadfly will be the subject of the sass and barbs of Robert De Niro, Caitlyn Jenner, Joel McHale, Debra Messing, and others on Comedy Central Sunday.

Sep 12, 2019

Bits and Pieces: 09.12.19

A tribute to the composer Jule Styne at Guild Hall, and “Othello” at Bay Street.

Sep 12, 2019

Fischl Donates Prints for OLA

Eric Fischl has produced a powerful piece of artwork that represents “the madness of the moment,” he said, referring to the immigration crisis at the southern border.

Sep 12, 2019

Villages

Sag Harbor’s St. Andrew parish is among about 170 parishes around the state named in a widespread sex abuse complaint brought by people who say they were abused, as children, by clergy at those parishes and in some cases their schools.

Sep 12, 2019

To mark this year’s 100th anniversary of the American Legion, members of Sag Harbor’s Chelberg and Battle Post 388 have created a remembrance journal to honor the service of village veterans. The book will be presented to members at a dinner celebrating the centennial on Tuesday, and then made available to the public.

Sep 12, 2019
Sag Harbor Parish Named in Child Victims Act Suit

Sag Harbor’s St. Andrew parish is among about 170 parishes around the state named in a widespread sex abuse complaint brought by people who say they were abused, as children, by clergy at those parishes and in some cases their schools.

Sep 12, 2019
Legion Honors Striking History of Service

To mark this year’s 100th anniversary of the American Legion, members of Sag Harbor’s Chelberg and Battle Post 388 have created a remembrance journal to honor the service of village veterans. The book will be presented to members at a dinner celebrating the centennial on Tuesday, and then made available to the public.

Sep 12, 2019
#&@$*! Those Lighted Crosswalks

The road to hell, the adage goes, is paved with good intentions, but the three lighted crosswalks installed on Montauk’s Main Street earlier this year have created hellish conditions for motorists and pedestrians alike, the hamlet’s residents told the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday.

Sep 12, 2019
Deeper Dredging, More Spoil at Montauk Inlet?

The Army Corps of Engineers may dredge Montauk Harbor to a greater depth and width than it presently calls for, East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc said at the town board’s work session on Tuesday. The spoil would be deposited to the west of the western jetty, where erosion has long battered the beach.

Sep 12, 2019
Parking Lot Changes Afoot in Amagansett

The town-owned parking lot behind Amagansett Main Street will see some big changes in the near future, if the East Hampton Town Board accepts new recommendations from the hamlet’s citizens advisory committee. The lot was the center of attention Monday night at a well-attended meeting of the committee.

Sep 12, 2019

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Sports

East Hampton High School’s junior varsity football team debuted here Monday with a 28-8 win over Babylon, a school that has perennially fielded strong varsity teams.

Sep 12, 2019

Just about all of the high school’s 11 teams ought to be competitive, though the football program remains on shaky ground.

Sep 12, 2019

An update on Kevin Babington, the rider severely injured at the Hampton Classic, badminton continues in Amagansett Monday nights, and the Amagansett Mile is set for Sept. 21.

Sep 12, 2019

First-Timers Win Mighty Hamptons Triathlon

The water was choppy, the bike ride was hilly and at times windy, but the cloudy and cool weather was much to everyone’s liking at the Steve Tarpinian Memorial Mighty Hamptons Triathlon in Noyac Sunday.

Sep 12, 2019

The Lineup: 09.12.19

High school sports ramp up, with the Bonac boys and girls volleyball teams at home Thursday and Friday, and the cross-country squads heading to Sunken Meadow State Park on Saturday for the first time this fall.

Sep 12, 2019